An interior view of the VAB at Cape Canaveral, made up from five photographs. It is a hard space in which to gauge the scale, but if you look at the handrails for each vertical bay you begin to get an idea.
Quite a thrilling space.
Seen above the lifts in the Cape Canaveral launch control building.
The VAB at Cape Canaveral is large. The side bays seen above in stereo have platforms to fit the lower stages of the Saturn Five rocket. We are still in the lower part of the building. From the outside (below) you cannot calibrate the scale, and it is hard to do so inside despite markers such as stairs and railings.
A few more examples of written instructions on how to use ‘planes, this time found on a very elegant trainer used by astronauts to keep their flying hours up.